Globally and domestically, the biggest challenges are the shrinking gap between energy supply and demand, the privatisation debate, climate change demands and the impact of renewable energy on the energy supply mix.
In Australia, specific issues include:
- securing energy sources
- managing energy pool participation
- dealing with supply risks resulting from not being part of a national market
- encouraging private investment in the sector
- responding to climate change.
Experienced external advisers can help industry players respond to these issues in an informed and effective manner.
Through KPMG’s Global Energy Institute, power and utility professionals assist organisations across the energy supply chain.
Our services cover:
- financial statement audit and accounting advice
- information technology assurance and advisory
- tax compliance and advisory (corporate, indirect, expatriate)
- R&D concessions
- capital and operating expenditure monitoring
- corporate governance support
- forensic support and dispute advisory services
- business process improvement
- Internal audit, risk and control services
- sustainability and climate change advisory
- capital structure efficiency and debt advisory
- transaction opportunity identification and negotiation support
- business intelligence and analytics
- financial due diligence and tax structuring advice
- integration advice
- corporate finance and valuations.